Polk County Enterprise (Livingston, Tex.), Vol. 99, No. 3, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 8, 1981 Page: 2 of 40
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Area school boards to meet
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IJVINGSTON - School boards in the
Livingston, Goodrich and Corrigan-
Camden independent school districts
each have regular meetings scheduled
for this week.
The Livingston Independent School
District Board of Trustees will meet at
7 o’clock tonight (Thursday) in the
district administration offices on West
Church Street. Agenda items include
approval of bills, an instructional
report and introduction of policies. An
’executive session hn« been «ch<viuled
for the discussion of personnel matters.
The Goodrich Independent School
District Board of Trustees has dianged
its meeting time to 7:30 p.m. Friday,
rather than at 6 p.m. as has been the
policy. Agenda items include a presen-
tation by Attorney Bill Jones on behalf
of James Windham and a discussion of
personnel matters. Time has also been
alloted for reports and recommenda-
tions from the superintendent and for
comments and questions from visitors.
hovp rpoprvpd thp ritfhl to pall
an executive session if deemed
necessary. The meeting will be held in
the school auditorium.
The Corrigan-Camden Independent
School District Boatd of Trustees w .'
meet at 8 o’clock tonight (Thursday) in
the intermediate school library. Items
of business include the presentation of
financial and tax reports and adoption
of revized board policies. Trustees are
scheduled to go into closed session to
discuss personnel matters.
Accidents concern council
teuton. Cutting the ribbon Is Tenny Jones, owner. Holding the
from page 1
Public Transportation would meet with
the council in tifendar future to review
“dangerous portions’’ of U.S. 190 inside
Goodson explained that the council
has become concerned with the number
of fatal traffic accidents which have oc-
curred on the highway within Onalaska.
“We’ve had several fatalities on the
eastern edge of the city on Highway 190
and he’s going to come down and
review the situation with us and help us
determine what can be done,” the
He added that possible solutions to
the problem could include either a
reduced speed limit or the installation
of caution lights in the hazardous areas.
Councilman Roy Newport also
reported to the council on recent road
work performed,on Magnolia Street in
the “old city” area of Onalaska.
A reminder also was given by Good-
son that the Governmental Services
Agency of Dallas will begin its work in
the city beginning Monday.
The council hired the municipal
management consultant firm last
November to survey the city, identify
problems and suggest city ordinances
and codes which would solve the pro-
blems. In addition, Goodson said the
firm would examine all existing or-
dinaces and recommend changes or
deletions which would bring them up to
The mayor said the contract with the
firm calls for the work to be completed
by March 31.
eterinarians complata two day Texas brucellosis program
" , ....... u program, and are qualified will, _ this disease,
l.o assist livestock producers
l-a total of 876 se-
the state have
ompleted a two-day
miner in conjunction with
Texas brucellosis pro-
, The sessions were held in
seven cities in Texas, and
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were designed to give
veterinarians an in-depth
study into the program. Sub-
jects covered included a
detailed study of brucellosis,
reduced dosage of Strain 19
vaccine, and regulations of
movement of livestock.
“This is another major
part of the Texas brucellosis
program. The accredited
veterinarian is a cornerstone
of tlie Texas Plan, and we of
the Texas Animal Health
Commission know we must
have tlw support of llic
private practitioneer in
order to make our program
succeed,” John Armstrong,
The veterinarians who
completed Jhe seminar are
now certified to work with
livestock producers in accor-
dance with tlx? fee-base
......... „»vwre spOn- ‘
sored by Hie Texas Animal
Health Commission, Texas
Veterinary Medical Associa-
tion, and the Texas
Agricultural Extension Ser-
vice. Tliey were field in
Austin, Amarillo, Fort
Worth, San Angelo, San An-
tonio, Palestine, and College
“Veterinarians who have
completed the seminars are
now auiie knowledgeable
about the Texas brucellosis
with this disease,” Dr.
Frank Mann, president,
THE PICTURE SHOW
HWY. 59 N.
GATES OPEN 6:30
Guilders to meet
! Lake Livingston Area
at 7 o’clock tonight
r. William D.
Bloodworth said he urges all
members to attend the
meeting, especially those
who are planning to attend
the homebuilder’s conven-
tion in Las Vegas Jan. 22-26.
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last two nites to see
.Today thru Saturday
to hide her son
' from tiic mol)
I *0 minutes later
tiic troy was
IpMK an orphan.
^ Ai Now they want
TV|j tire Iroy dead too.
j|| But first,they’ll
Ji ’ have to deal with
joy The Biy Screen
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Peggy Booty ta Stephan E. Bead, el |n U4.U7 acre. ol lend in the
uMI Block 4 Memorial Point Sab- Au(iutlnt Vleica Sevep League Grant
division . Abstract 77 ■■■•>'*
Kathryn V. Freeman to FonstWH Ethel Jordan Sprott to Barbara Jor-
Cemetery AssoctaUoa Lot CtehlMMi fen Meyers Tract It nadivtded 44 la-
a tlilt ramatani u ua -1- asi lanul tea tha .1 VI.
Dlvtstoa 4 Forest Hitt Cemotory
Impala Wood* Dcvelopment Com-
pany to Daniel B. Plcaso, et ax Lot 41
Block *1 Secpon * Impale Woods Stsb-
Jltbtltfi' fJPkvM l.ltf r'I’h ‘.H flLj
raw*mpsoMP ■ ■■ imp
Schuler, el ax to William
___asoa, Jr, et ax Lots 144,144
B 141 BMUta 7 Wld Country Lake
Estates SubtHvhloa I / \
Frances L. Oliver, et al to Coy
OUver, el al undivided 1114th lateres
terest la W» acres Si tand la the J. D.
*7, IK, * Id Section 1 Wiggins Richardson Subdivision In the
UUpge No. 1 Subdivision
James W. Brough, et
VJa»oa*W. trough, et ua to Ben
Aragon Tract 1 West Providence Sub-
Frances Nordeastrom to John N.
Bogart, et ux Lot 71 Section 1 Shelter
Ben F. Tinner to William H. Hall, et
al B.1I1 acres ol land ta the A.M.
DelaJarsa Survey Abstract 4S
lshmel Tamer to CtUtoo H. Mat-
thews, (Correction Deed) Lots 1 a »
Block B Forest Springs Subdivision
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Richsrdsoo Subdlvlsioo In the .City el H
mans, et ax t acfea of land more or
loss ta the Isaac H. Pale Survey
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Judge G,H. Galloway
Ida Mae Lee, Issuance of
Glen Cummings, issuance
of bad check.
Cathy Stiles, Issuance of
Joe L. Simmons, violate
promise to appear.
Anthoity R- Fisher, public
Dallas Lewis, Jr., violate
promise to appear.
Gary Brydson, burglary -
entering and committing
Mary H. Lyons, speeding,
expired registration and
failure to appear, bond
Judge Wayne Baker
Robert L. Dawson, Liv-
ingston, theft by check.
Kenneth Wayne Davis,
Wilber Lee Guynes,
Keith Allen Holleschan,
Charles Edwards, Liv-
ingston, reckless conduct.
Charlesy Ann Beck, park
illegally on public highway.
James Anthony Boike, 27,
Houston and Bobbinette
Pope, 43, Houston.
Jimmy Wayne Holaway,
33, Nacogdoclies and Marsha
Lynne Maze, 29,
Richey Alvin Teague, 25,
Corrigan and Barbara
Leann Harris, 15, Corrigan.
Ninth, Second Ninth and
258th Judicial Districts.
Judges Lynn Coker, John
Martin and Joe Ned Dean
Michael D. Spurlock vs.
Shelia Spurlock, divorce
Donald Ray Trusty vs.
Ann C. Trusty, divorce
Antonio Solars Tobar vs.
Alicia Vasquez Tobar,
Post Office to accept
applications for positions
kinds ot (niters
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UVINGSTON - Applica- The general minimum age
carrier positions with the the time of appointment. The
U.S. Postal Service Liv— minimum age for high
ingsioh office. " school graduates or persons
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certified by local school of-
ficials as having terminated
formal education for ade-
quate reasons is 16. Ap-
plicants less than 18-yea rs-
old who are not high school
graduates and have not ter-
minated formal education
may participate in the ex-
amination If they will be
18-years-old within two
years from the date of the
examination. For carrier
positions, which require
driving, applicants must be
at least 16-years-old.
Applicants for carrier
positions must also meet
sight and hearing standards-
After filing and applica-
tion with the local post of-
fice, applicants will be
notified of the date, time and
place of the two-part wrdtcp
examination. Sample quea*
tions will also be available.
The test concerns primarily.
address checking and
memory for addresses.
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White, Barbara. Polk County Enterprise (Livingston, Tex.), Vol. 99, No. 3, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 8, 1981, newspaper, January 8, 1981; Livingston, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth781234/m1/2/?q=trooper%20tom%20selman: accessed October 15, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Livingston Municipal Library.